Snow Day Home learning - Monday 12th December 2022
Good morning St Jude,
A marvellous magnificient Monday greeting to you all.
Sorry that we are not at school together enjoying the snow. I hope you have fun playing and enjoying the snow - it surely makes this time of year feel even more special.
Below are some activities that I would like you to do over the course of the day. When you are finished you can either email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or bring it in to school tomorrow God willing.
In all that you do today, make sure you have fun in the snow with your family.
Take care and God bless,
L.O.: To write a poem about snow/winter
1. Write down descriptive ideas about snow/winter
2. Include similes in your description then write you poem
3. Use adverbs to start some of your lines.
Please use the word mat and modelled poem to help you.
I have also included an optional poem activity.
Please read the text 'Snow Chaos in Britain' then answer the questions.
L.O: To explore and spot patterns in addition and subtraction
1: Apply knowledge of your bonds to 10, 100 and 1000 to help you spot patterns.
2: Use what you have noticed about what changes and what stays the same when adding multiples of 1, 10 or 100 to help you.
3: Spot and explain mistakes.
To help you, use this stem sentence:
If I know _____ +/- _____ = _____ then I also know _____ +/- _____ = _____ .
Click here for today's video lesson. You need to watch this first before completing today' activity.
Creative afternoon activities -
Wrap up warm, go out and enjoy the snow.
Here are some activities:
Create snow angels
Build a snowman
Have a snow ball fight (safely please).
Grab a sleigh or toboggan and sleigh down a hill.
I know how much you enjoyed making our 3D snowflakes for our hoop so I have attached the template. Click here for the instructions.
As the snow can sometimes become slippery, I have also uploaded a 'Slippery Slidey Shoes' experiment below that you could also undertake.
Whatever you choose to do, have fun!!!
Finish the day keeping fit and warm.
Click here for a workout.